|Dorothy Gray Cosmetics Ad - 1950s|
A Little curiosity from the 50s - a Dorothy Gray Cosmetics commercial, advertising a new face cream that'll remove ANYTHING from your face. That's right! Anything. To prove it, they use a radioactive tracer in the dirt to see just how much dirt the cold cream removes. You'll be astounded with the results! Wonder if that model is still alive. Sound: 2 Channel Mono Colour: B&W Year: 1950s
Keywords: Classic TV; Dorothy; Gray; Cosmetics; Ad; Commerical; 1950s; TV
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|''Ford Star Jubilee'' - You're the Top|
Performances of Cole Porter songs, broadcast 6 October 1956 on CBS. Please note that this copy is incomplete, and for some reason parts of the broadcast are shown twice (this happens at 27:22, for example). Please note that, while originally in colour, only a black-and-white version survives today. Please note that, while this broadcast is public domain, the broadcast contains an excerpt from the film "High Society" which is still under copyright, as such I advise against putting the entire prog...
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Ford Star Jubilee; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; Variety show; Variety series; Louis Armstrong; Dorothy Dandridge; Sally Forrest; Dolores Gray; Peter Lind Hayes; Mary Healy; Shirley Jones; Gordon MacRae; George Sanders; Bing Crosby; Cole Porter; Music; Musical